Hana Mandlíková (born 19 February 1962) is a former professional tennis player from Czechoslovakia who later obtained Australian citizenship. During her career, she won four Grand Slam singles titles: the 1980 Australian Open, 1981 French Open, 1985 US Open, and the 1987 Australian Open.
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Tennis champion Hana Mandlikova was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1994.
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Married Life. 1986-07-25 Four-time Grand Slam winning tennis player Hana Mandlíková (24) weds restaurateur Jan Sedlak at Prague's old town hall; Historical Events. 1980-09-06 US Open Women's Tennis: In the centenary women's singles final, Chris Evert-Lloyd wins her 5th US title; beats Hana Mandlíková 5-7, 6-1, 6-1
Czech tennis player Hana Mandlikova holding her trophy aloft after winning the Womens Singles title at the French Open tennis championships at the... HANA MANDLIKOVA OF CZECHOSLOVAKIA DIVES TO THE SIDE AS SHE ATTEMPTS TO RETURN THE BALL DURING A MATCH AT THE 1986 WIMBLEDON TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Tennis player Hana Mandlikova of Czechoslovakia against Chris Evert Lloyd during the women finals of the 1980 U.S. Open tennis tournament at the USTA... Hana Mandlikova of Czechoslovakia in action during the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, circa...
Czech tennis player Hana Mandlikova, Wimbledon UK 1986 FILE PHOTO FROM November 24 1994 From left: Czech tennis players Hana Mandlikova, Jan Kodes and Jana Novotna smile during the Golden Canary awards ceremony in Prostejov, Czech Republic, November 24, 1994.
Mandlikova announced herself to the world in 1980, when she won the Australian Open at 17. But it wasn’t until the following spring that the world got an idea of how high Hana’s ceiling truly was.
Hana Mandlikova of the Czech Republic sits on the lap of a line judge during the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships in London, circa July 1984.